Corrales is a village in Sandoval County, New Mexico, United States. The population was 8,329 at the 2010 Census. With proximity to the Rio Grande, the village was founded for agricultural purposes. The Rio Grande Bosque on the eastern edge of the village provides refuge for native animals and plants. The village fights hard to maintain its rural character in light of being surrounded by the rapidly expanding cities of Rio Rancho and Albuquerque.
Things to do in Corrales
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Lunch and breakfast are offered here. There is typically a very long wait, because it's so darn awesome!!!! Weather permitting eat outside, it's beautiful. The menu offers a lot of choices for breakfast and lunch. Save room for a delicious dessert item. We have learned to snatch one before the meal, otherwise they disappear!!!
4.5 based on 376 reviews
"Our Focus is on Quality Ingredients, Great Atmosphere & Personal Service." Voted Best Italian Restaurant Albuquerque 2013, Best Pasta Albuquerque 2013 & Best Dessert: Tiramisu; as voted on in Albuquerque the Magazine, The Weekly Alibi & Best of Taste of Rio Rancho 2014! Serving Rio Rancho & Albuquerque, New Mexico area for over 14 years & reviewed as one of the Best Restaurants; Joe's Pasta House proudly shares with you the traditional Italian American cuisine created with immigration recipes taught to Joe while growing up in his grandmother's kitchen. Working in the family bakery, Joe also learned the pastry trade from his father; but his heart remained in grandma's kitchen. After reiceving culinary training in NYC; Joe started out in the restaurant business as dishwasher, then a cook while also serving & he worked his way up. Being experienced with working with several chefs, he started his first business with Dagwood's Restaurant following with Avanti's Pizzeria & Dakota's Catering. Kassie (KC), Joe's wife, started out as server in her teens, working her way up to food & beverage management by her early 20's; both in restaurants & catering. Together Joe & Kassie Guzzardi team up to serve you with over 50 years combined restaurant & catering experience. It is our joy & pleasure to serve you.
This pasta house is consistently voted the best in Albuquerque year after year. They have great seafood, and great steaks also. Those with gulten issues, they will work with you. There is a wait at times but well worth it. Great home made desserts also.
4.5 based on 327 reviews
Vernon's Hidden Valley Steakhouse is the only speak easy in New Mexico! We feature exquisite steaks and seafood in a superb dining atmosphere. The culmination of live music, great food and top notch service, as well as the need for "the Password", create an atmosphere and dining experience that surely proves to be one of a kind.
My husband and I went here on a Wednesday night in February just to break out of some winter blues, and we were both pleased with how everything went. First, we enjoyed the "speakeasy" atmosphere as we gave the password and entered the building. The guy who gave us "the rules" stayed in character the whole time and it was fun and set the mood for the restaurant. We had drinks in the lounge first as we were early, and Jose the bartender made sure my husband and I were both happy with our drinks. We moved to the dining room and ordered dinner. I had the French onion soup and it was, hands down, the best French onion soup I've ever had. (And I order it regularly when we eat out.) I also had the prime rib, mashed potatoes, sauteed mushrooms, and the side of the night was broccoli. Absolutely everything was amazing, even the broccoli! We were impressed with the flavor of each item. The staff was attentive, but not intrusive. Our waitress was friendly and professional, and she made sure our orders were right and checked with us to make sure we were satisfied. The restaurant itself has very tasteful decor and atmosphere with dark tablecloths and candles. Both the lounge and the eating areas were dimly but adequately lit, keeping in character with the "speakeasy" nature of the place. It is unique in that you feel "hidden away" from the rest of Albuquerque in this secret location. It is pricey, but I think it's worth experiencing at least once.
4.5 based on 325 reviews
Great spot for a sandwich you can sit outside prices are good service was great Hidden Gem, I'd go back any day!
4.5 based on 221 reviews
I had an omelet that was made with four large eggs and a side of hash browns and both were smothered with green Chile I enjoyed it. The Omelette contained sausage potatoes and eggs of course. My client had a short stack of pancakes which...MoreJack, thank you so much for stopping in. We appreciate you taking the time to let us know about your experience. We look forward to seeing you again real soon. -Weck's Restaurants
4.5 based on 107 reviews
The owner and meal creator is one of the most talented chef's we have ever come across. Always something new to try, Seasonal dishes to long for and a staple menu you never tire of! Fabulous! Welcomed like family, this restaurant can't be beat!
4.5 based on 270 reviews
I love this place, from the atmosphere, to the food and the service. I make it a point to try something new from their expansive menu every time and haven't been disappointed yet!
4 based on 142 reviews
People coming to visit Albuquerque and looking for a nice restaurant with great food need to look no further than the Flying Star Cafe. The food is near gourmet, well prepared, and reasonably priced. Don't be put off by having to order your food at the counter. This food is really great.
4.5 based on 181 reviews
The family who own and work at Namaste take great pride in producing quality entrees. The tiki masala, saag paneer, tandor prepared chicken are among my personal favorites. Great atmosphere with white tablecloths and lighting that enhances your dining experience.
4 based on 137 reviews
We usually order green chile/ground beef thin crust. Being from Wisconsin, I'm used to thin crust pizzas being crispy. This pizza, however, was floppy and could not support its weight when held. Needed to use a fork and knife to eat it to avoid making a huge mess. Green Chile usually has more flavor as well; ours was nearly tasteless. Salad bar was fresh; however, they have very warm, bright lights shining on the dressings. I can see this being a food safety problem with the cream-based dressings.
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